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Things To Do on Bainbridge Island This Week – March 20-26

It’s time for BILA’s regular list of Things To Do on Bainbridge Island This Week. With everything to see and do, we think you’ll want to spend a few nights on our Bainbridge Island! For a full list of our Bainbridge Island vacation rentals, go here.

Friday, March 20

heyday-farm-bainbridge-islandHeyday Farm Guided Tour
11:00 am @ Heyday Farmhouse and Kitchen on Old Mill Road (4370 Old Mill Road NE)
Tour the grounds and learn about Heyday Farm in this guided tour. See gardens, greenhouses, pasture and forest. Learn about the farm’s history and how the creamery operates complete with a view of the lovely dutch belted dairy cows at home in barn and pasture. We reserve the right to cancel the tour and will provide a full refund if we do not have a minimum number of people signed up. Admission: $5

ranger-and-the-re-arrangersSaturday, March 21

Swing and Gypsy Jazz Concert
7:00 pm @ Bainbridge Island Museum of Art Auditorium (550 Winslow Way East)
Neil Andersson is a member of the Northwest Music Awards Hall of Fame. In 1993, he co-founded the seminal gypsy jazz band Pearl Django, eventually recording 10 albums with the group. The concert features music from Ranger and the “Re-Arrangers” repertoire of American swing standards, traditional Gypsy melodies, and the compositions of Django Reinhardt. Violinist Ranger Sciacca provides the counterpoint to Andersson’s guitar. Space is limited–reservations are highly recommended. Admission: Free, Donations welcomed

Sunday, March 22

hilst-and-coffey-at-treehouse-cafeCoyote Willow Live at Treehouse Café
7:00 pm @ Treehouse Café (4569 Lynwood Center Road NE)
Strings Unbound – Coyote Willow’s first album – is an eclectic combination of rock, blues, folk & contemplative instrumentals, based primarily around Tim Coffey’s soulful baritone voice, finger style acoustic guitar and Kat Hilst’s powerful cello work. The duo is a regional favorite, performing multiple venues, festivals and private events throughout the Pacific Northwest year round. Musically and lyrically, their tunes range from rockabilly to the open tuned and lyrically moving folk style, as well as instrumentals, even gypsy jazz. Admission: Suggested Donation

Monday, March 23

eagle-harbor-congregational-churchCommon Core State Standards: What are they and why should I care?
6:30 – 8:30 pm @ Eagle Harbor Congregational Church (105 Winslow Way West)
Friends and Families United to Support Education, FFUSE, a community PTA, is presenting an evening with education experts Dr. Wayne Au, Assistant professor at UW, Keri Schmit, parent and long term Woodward teacher as well as James Wilson, former teacher and curriculum developer. The presenters will discuss topics such as what the Common Core Standards are and who developed them,what high-stakes standardized tests do and don’t measure as well as their effect on teaching and learning. Admission: Free

Tuesday, March 24

smARTfilms: Documentary/Mockumentary: Best in Showbest-in-show-2000-eugene-levy
7:00 – 9:00 pm @ Bainbridge Island Museum of Art (550 Winslow Way East)
This satire of the documentary film format by Christopher Guest offers a detailed look into the lives of five dogs and their owners on their way to Philadelphia for the Mayflower Kennel Club Dog Show. Admission: $10 adults, students free with pre-registration;

Wednesday, March 25

Bainbridge-in-Bloom-Garden-TourWhat Do You Know: Knowledge Explorations Led by Community Experts: Gardening
7:00 – 9:00 pm @ Bainbridge Island Public Library (1270 Madison Avenue North)
This month: Gardening with Ann. Join garden author Ann Lovejoy for a conversation covering garden prep and garden planting, pests and problems, seed starting and seed saving, all with a maritime Northwestern slant. Bring your notebooks and your questions and our local expert will give you her best answer! Admission: Free

Thursday, March 26

BIStoryShare Project
9:30 – 10:30 am @ Waterfront Park Community Center (370 Brien)
Join the core group of volunteers that make the BIStoryShare Project a model of community engagement! Are you friendly and enjoy visiting with new people? Are you a good listener? Are you interested in local history and making new friends? If so, become trained in how to elicit stories and facilitate meaningful conversations. You will learn to become an expert at conducting interviews. Get to know your community more deeply in this fascinating new program! Class fee covers class materials and access to professional recording equipment.! Admission: $10
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This week at the movies… (March 20-26)

Lynwood Theatre

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Bainbridge Cinemas

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Have an event you think we should feature on the Bainbridge Island Lodging Association‘s “Things To Do” Weekly Calendar? Send it to us at: info@bainbridgelodging.com. Thank you!

The Bainbridge Island Lodging Association (BILA) is a nonprofit alliance of 25 Bainbridge Island vacation rentals, beach houses, cottages, inns, hotels and B&Bs on beautiful Bainbridge Island in Washington State. BILA is supported by member dues and a grant from the City of Bainbridge Island Civic Improvement Fund. Visit our website for Island events, attractions and vacation rentals.

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